This image released by Netflix shows Tilda Swinton in a scene from "Okja." (Kimberly French/Netflix via AP)
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The premiere of the first of two controversial Netflix movies at the Cannes film festival had to be stopped Friday amid whistles and jeers when the curtain malfunctioned hiding part of the screen.A clash between Netflix and French cinema owners may have already put it, and the other film purchased by Netflix, "The Meyerowitz Stories" with Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller, out of contention.Netflix sparked uproar in France by refusing to put the movies on general release there, where subscription services must wait three years to stream films after they show in cinemas.Actress Robin Wright, star of Netflix's flagship TV series "House of Cards", said Thursday that films were best seen in cinemas.
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